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UC receives $50,000 to Support Engineering Design Clinic

pgdesignclinic1.jpg Article by Christa Tutwiler
Photographs: Courtesy of The Procter & Gamble Company

The University of Cincinnati College of Engineering has received $50,000 from Procter & Gamble Babycare to establish the Procter & Gamble Engineering Design Clinic Endowment Fund.

The gift is part of a partnership between P&G Babycare and the Engineering Design Clinic that will include a commitment from P&G to work cooperatively with the Design Clinic to provide real-world development projects to UC engineering students.

The Design Clinic, started in 1990, offers seniors in Mechanical, Electrical, Computer and other Engineering programs a chance to work on real-world industrial problems. Participating seniors form teams solving design projects for companies such as General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Daimler Chrysler, General Electric, Procter & Gamble, Hillshire Farms & Kahn's, H. J. Heinz, Cintas, Lexmark and Xerox.